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Despite low temperatures, gas supplies in Germany are currently secure. However, the head of the International Energy Agency, Fatih Birol, warns against rashly ticking off the supply crisis in view of falling gas prices.
Climate protection and energy turnaround in Bavaria - central topics at the closed-door meeting of the Greens' state parliamentary group. These are the demands of the party.
There is no end to the concerns surrounding high energy prices. Now business associations are warning of an exodus of companies. Particularly criticized: the complicated energy price brakes.
Leisure fun at the expense of energy? The Free Voters are in favor of using snow cannons in Bavaria's ski resorts. The Greens see things differently. More on the debate.
German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution warns: Secret services are spying on our energy networks
Easy game for spies: Our energy networks are not sufficiently protected. According to the "Security Note for the Economy" sent out by the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, critical infrastructure in this country is being targeted for spying by foreign intelligence services and "other perpetrator groups.
During his talks with the Norwegian government in Oslo, German Economics Minister Robert Habeck (Greens) agreed on further intensified cooperation in the transformation of the energy industry.
Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson met Emmanuel Macron in Paris on Tuesday. At the meeting, the leaders gave speeches on Sweden's planned NATO accession, the energy crisis and inflation. Macron reiterated his support toward Sweden.
According to the State Statistics Office, the inflation rate in December was 9.2 percent, slightly lower than in November. The main price drivers continue to be high energy prices.
Unlike meters or kilograms, the unit of measurement kilowatt-hour is rather abstract. And most importantly, how many kilowatt-hours of electricity do everyday things like cooking, washing or playing video games consume? The German Association for the Efficient Use of Energy (HEA) has calculated a few examples for you.